[tor-dev] obfs4 test bundles
yawning at schwanenlied.me
Fri Aug 29 02:35:51 UTC 2014
I just uploaded a new set of obfs4 test bundles to:
I forgot to change the file names (oops), but that shouldn't affect the
bundles and regenerating them just to rename/reversion would take quite
a while, so I'll pass on doing so.
Changes since the last version:
* obfs4proxy -v will print versioning information.
* Bridge side logging will sanitize golang networking errors unless
the log scrubber is disabled.
* Bridge lines now use Base16 instead of Base64 to work around bugs
in the pt bridge args processing.
* A dumb bug that was causing TYPE_PRNG_SEED frames to be silently
ignored was fixed.
* Bridge lines now have "iat-mode" which controls Inter-Arrival Time
obfuscation. This is done so the bridge administrator can specify
client behavior (Default is to disable IAT obfuscation).
* There is now an optional paranoid IAT obfuscation mode, which
disables optimizations made around bulk data transfer for
additional obfuscation. This has a major impact on bulk data
throughput and is not recommended.
* The #12535 patch is integrated into the goptlib build process, and
go based pluggable transports will use SOCKS5. Eventually the
patch will be merged into goptlib proper.
* The default test bridge was updated to the new bridge line format,
and includes the "iat-mode" argument.
* The obfs4proxy and Go licenses are now included in the bundle.
I have verified that the linux64 and windows (thanks to a friend)
bundles appear to be functional. If you wish to follow obfs4
deployment the bug associated with this task is #12130.
Questions, comments, feedback welcome.
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